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Physical Sciences Gaining Ground and Interest; Building Block Series

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Physical Sciences Building Block Series ‘Gain it’ is built upon the principle well known in the body building world of restoring glycogen levels immediately following training to prevent catabolism of protein. The body will utilize available fuel sources in a particular order, starting with carbs. If carbs are not present, or are depleted from training, protein is next in the execution line of metabolic processes. By consuming carbs, usually in the form of simple sugars, it bolsters the fuel supply and shoves all the nutrients back into the cells for use in continued protein utilization for anabolism of lean tissue.

Physical Sciences Gain it is comprised of high quality dextrose (aka glucose polymers) to give your burn center a pure and easily digested source to, not only spare the muscle, but to spike your insulin levels to further your gains. This is coupled with the highest quality protein in concentrate form to deliver aminos to cells within their most demanding time frame; 90 minutes post workout.

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